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This isnt scientific, but this is what Ive found. Every carrera tensioner that I have seen that had failed, always had the small stamped steel cage on the top of the pressure relief that holds the ball in- loose. the cage woudl still be in place, but you coudl wiggle it with your finger. Maybe coincidence, but that is what I always found. And you know the tensioner is bad when you hear the car running and it sounds like someone is running a chain hoist inside the engine, since the cahin is slappin around and rubbing the case.
Christian Garibaldi
Im a photographer now, so I dont know jack sh#t about cars anymore, I sold my knowledge on ebay
Old 09-16-2004, 10:52 AM
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